International Year of Chemistry, 2011

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Prof. Ada Yonath - Public Lecture at TIFR on Friday 4th February 2011 Arnab Bhattacharya   |   added on Feb 02, 2011    |    India Prof. Ada Yonath, Chemistry NL 2009, speaks on "The amazing ribosome, its tiny enemies and hints about its origin"
Topic: celebrating chemistry, public lecture, nobel prize in chemistry Audience: students, general public, chemists, secondary schools

Nottingham Chemistry Public Lecture Series Samantha Tang   |   added on Jan 07, 2011    |    United Kingdom A series of free, public lectures
Topic: public lecture, chemistry Audience: teachers, students, general public

IYC 2011 Celebration in Nigeria Edu Inam   |   added on Nov 15, 2010    |    Nigeria The department of chemistry, University of Uyo is hosting a five day program to celebrate chemistry. The activities are generally planned to increase the public understanding and appreciation of chemistry in a society where interest in the subject is diminishing.
Topic: celebrating chemistry, networking, hands on activities, publications, media discussion, exhibition, awards, chemistry outreach, public lecture Audience: students, educators, industrial chemists, general public, professors, post graduate students, decision makers, teachers, secondary schools, graduate students